Kotaku: "It took Gavin and Geoff of Achievement Hunter about four hours to build Super Mario Bros.' 1-1 level almost block-for-block in Minecraft."
Chinese Mario knock off.
kraptaku down voted.
Wow, and call it a conspiracy but Kotaku (as usual) trying to praise something on 360/PC above PS3 - in this case Minecraft when there's countless Little Big Planet (LBP) Mario levels; where's the videos/chatter about those? If it was another site I'd at least praise the site because it's something different, and funny. Because it's kotaku this is another attempt to basically praise something that's not on a Sony platform.
why be such a fanboy? why does this have anything to do with PS3?
Tetsujin, I didn't know stupidity existed at this level, until I read your comment.
Why is it always the overused Level 1-1 and not another level out of Super Mario Bros, Mario Bros. 3, or World? Nice vid anyway.
World 1-1 is pretty iconic. Can you name a single gamer over the age of twenty who has not played World 1-1 in the first Super Mario Bros.? It also features the first use of the theme music, so that helps.
Neat video. I can't believe people are saying this is somehow another anti Sony article by Kotaku. You do realize that Kotaku has like 50 articles a day? And that maybe one article from Kotaku every two days gets posted here? Yes, a lot of the time who ever submits the article to n4g chooses one that seems negative to Sony. Believe it or not Kotaku also has negative 360 and Nintendo articles as well. Shock! Looking at today's articles I only see one that is about Sony specifically. http://kotaku.com/5971429/t... It's a very positive article about the last PS2 game being released. Here's an excerpt: "Overall, the game has aged rather well; the graphics are a tad outdated but still hold up..." Yes, it looks like Kotaku sure hates Sony...
Nice video but I do feel like they coulda do a better job
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